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My name is Brittany and this is my weight loss, motivational and inspirational blog. I started this blog not only to help motivate myself to lose weight but others as well. I have tried the unhealthy ways of losing weight and found that it was wrong and that I am strong enough to push through and do it a healthy and safe way. I hope that this blog can educate and motivate others to join me to a healthier lifestyle.

fitness

Healthy Eating
Choosing the Right Yogurt:Yogurt is often a staple for people who are trying to lose weight. Unlike fad diet foods, yogurt is front and center in the battle against obesity because of its nutritional value and versatility. It may be eaten as part of breakfast, lunch or dinner, and also as a filling midday or evening snack. Greek yogurt is one of the healthiest weight loss diet foods available.
Types:Yogurt is generally available in grocery stores, sold in large containers or in smaller individual 4- to 8-ounce cup portions. Greek yogurt is one of many types of yogurt available in the dairy section of the grocery store. It is much thicker than traditional yogurt, which has a smooth consistency similar to pudding. Though plain Greek yogurt is best for you, it also comes in strawberry, blueberry, peach, French vanilla and a host of other flavorsContent and Benefits:Fat-free yogurt is rich in both calcium and protein, an important combination to include in any weight loss program. Calcium promotes the breakdown of body fat, stokes the metabolism, and helps build and support strong bones. Protein helps build muscle and staves off hunger, helping prevent feelings of hunger between meals. Protein is also important in stabilizing blood glucose, preventing high blood sugar, or hyperglycemia, and low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, while dieting. Yogurt supports immune system function
Comparison:The differences between American yogurt, also called conventional yogurt, and Greek yogurt, or fage, mainly involve fat content, calcium, calorie count and grams of sugar. A 4-ounce serving of Greek yogurt typically contains 90 calories, with 7 grams sugar; Dannon yogurt has 80 calories with 12 grams of sugar. When dieting, choose yogurt that is less than 130 calories per serving, with no more than 1 gram of fat. Greek yogurt has twice as much protein as traditional, conventional yogurt, while it offers less calcium. It is recommended to alternate Greek yogurt with traditional yogurt to receive the maximal calcium and protein benefits from this extraordinary nutritional source.
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Choosing the Right Yogurt:
Yogurt is often a staple for people who are trying to lose weight. Unlike fad diet foods, yogurt is front and center in the battle against obesity because of its nutritional value and versatility. It may be eaten as part of breakfast, lunch or dinner, and also as a filling midday or evening snack. Greek yogurt is one of the healthiest weight loss diet foods available.

Types:
Yogurt is generally available in grocery stores, sold in large containers or in smaller individual 4- to 8-ounce cup portions. Greek yogurt is one of many types of yogurt available in the dairy section of the grocery store. It is much thicker than traditional yogurt, which has a smooth consistency similar to pudding. Though plain Greek yogurt is best for you, it also comes in strawberry, blueberry, peach, French vanilla and a host of other flavors

Content and Benefits:
Fat-free yogurt is rich in both calcium and protein, an important combination to include in any weight loss program. Calcium promotes the breakdown of body fat, stokes the metabolism, and helps build and support strong bones. Protein helps build muscle and staves off hunger, helping prevent feelings of hunger between meals. Protein is also important in stabilizing blood glucose, preventing high blood sugar, or hyperglycemia, and low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, while dieting. Yogurt supports immune system function

Comparison:
The differences between American yogurt, also called conventional yogurt, and Greek yogurt, or fage, mainly involve fat content, calcium, calorie count and grams of sugar. A 4-ounce serving of Greek yogurt typically contains 90 calories, with 7 grams sugar; Dannon yogurt has 80 calories with 12 grams of sugar. When dieting, choose yogurt that is less than 130 calories per serving, with no more than 1 gram of fat. Greek yogurt has twice as much protein as traditional, conventional yogurt, while it offers less calcium. It is recommended to alternate Greek yogurt with traditional yogurt to receive the maximal calcium and protein benefits from this extraordinary nutritional source.

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